Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation

Passion, polemic, wit and vigour with Britain's most dedicated satirist.

The much-acclaimed series of public addresses and observations on British culture and society, occasionally interrupted by sketches, in which stand-up comedian and Radio 4 regular Jeremy Hardy spins a subtle web of mirth.

Episodes

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The host presents a comic lecture plus sketches. With Debbie Issit and Gordon Kennedy. From October 1994.

The host presents a comic lecture plus sketches. From October 1994.

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In the first of six programmes, Mr Jeremy

Hardy presents his views on the vicissitudes of modern life.

Some of the finer points of his arguments are illustrated by Mr Steven Frost and by Ms Debbie Isitt. A Pozzitive production

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Presenting his views on the vicissitudes of modern life and considers matters of national and international importance, Mr Hardy is assisted by Mr Steven Frost and by Ms Debbie Isitt. A Pozzitive production

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Jeremy is joined by Meera Syal and Gordon Kennedy.

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Jeremy talks about how to bring up children.

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This week Jeremy reveals the key techniques of belonging to the community which include bonding over the barbecue. Episode 2 of 4.

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How to Have a Baby. Another lecture in which Jeremy Hardy wades gingerly through the process of having a baby. Episode 2 of 6.

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Work. We all do it. Some more than others. But how essential is it? And how fair is it on the workers themselves?

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This week, Jeremy's lecture demonstrates how to see things through the eyes of others.

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Jeremy talks about how best to hand the world over to children, and who really controls education. Episode 5 of 6.

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Whilst Jeremy is in prison, Graeme Garden introduces clip highlights from the past series. Includes Religion, Sex and Death. Episode 6 of 6.

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Mr Jeremy Hardy presents his views on modern life.

With Steven Frost and Debbie Isitt.

A Pozzitive production

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With Steven Frost and Debbie Isitt.

A Pozzitive production

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Mr Hardy presents his views on modern life. With Steven Frost

and Debbie Isitt.

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Mr Hardy looks at the subject of knowing one's place in the last of the series. With Mr Steven

Frost and Ms Debbie Isitt.

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(Repealed from Radio 4 last Thurs)

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A A series of amusing lectures whereby entertainer Mr Hardy lays down his hot comedy thang.

1 How to Stay Alive for as Long as You Possibly Can. With Debbie Isitt and Stephen Frost.

A Pozzitive Production

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Mr Hardy lays down his comedy thang. 3. How to Earn Your Place in Heaven.With Debbie Isitt and Stephen Frost. A Pozzitive Production

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In his lecture this week, Mr Hardy addresses the question of how to be an adult. With Debbie Isitt , Stephen Frost. Producer David Tyler. A Pozzitive production

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Entertainer Mr Hardy lays down his hot comedy thang.

5. How to Have Sex

With Debbie Isitt and Stephen Frost. Producer David Tyler A Pozzitive production

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The last in a series of amusing lectures. 6: How to Know Your Place. With Debbie Isitt and Stephen Frost.

Producer David Tyler. A Pozzitive production

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The much-acclaimed comedy series returns with a six programmes which stride purposefully through the moral cowpat of contemporary issues.

Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy, with Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy. A Pozzitive production

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More comedy in phase two of the much-acclaimed series in which Mr Hardy wades gingerly through the stinking and polluted foam of contemporary issues. Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy , with Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy. Producer David Tyler. A Pozzitive production

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How to Be a Leader of Men. Mr Hardy does his funny bits. Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy , with Debbie isitt and Gordon Kennedy. A Pozzitive production

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Section 4 of the series in which

Mr Hardy lays down his comedy groove thang. How to Be a Father - Part 1

Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy , with Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy and special guest Ben Keaton. A Pozzitive production

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How to Be a Father - Part 2. Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy , with Debbie isitt and Gordon Kennedy. A Pozzitive production

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Another chance to hear the series in which Mr Hardy strides through the moral cowpat of contemporary issues. Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy , with Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy. A Pozzitive production

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Phase two of the controversial series in which Mr Hardy wades gingerly through the polluted foam of contemporary issues. Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy , with Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy. A Pozzitive production

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How to Be a Leader of Men. Part 3 of the series in which Mr Hardy does his funny bits. Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy , with Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy. A Pozzitive production

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Comedy series in which Jeremy Hardy tackles contemporary issues. 4: How to Be a Father- Part 1. With Debbie Isitt, Gordon Kennedy and Ben Keaton. A Pozzitive production

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5: How to Be a Father - Part 2. Comedy sketches written by and starring Jeremy Hardy , with Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy. A Pozzitive production

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How to Meet the Challenge of the Twenty First Century. The ultimate part of the comedy series. Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy , with Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy. A Pozzitive production

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Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy, who strides purposefully through the moral cowpat of contemporary issues. Also starring Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy. Producer David Tyler

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Jeremy Hardy shares his free and frank views on the subject of 'How to be Yourself'. With Gordon Kennedy and Debbie Isitt. Episode 1 of 4.

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How can we enjoy it and hang on to it? Jeremy Hardy tells us how. Gordon Kennedy and Debbie Isitt help. From 2003. Episode 4 of 4.

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Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy, with special guests Gordon Kennedy and Miranda Richardson (1/4).

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Passion, polemic, wit and vigour with Britain's most dedicated satirist. Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy, with special guests Alison Steadman and Ewan Bailey.

Jeremy Hardy is joined by Meera Syal and Gordon Kennedy. Episode 2 of 6.

Jeremy Hardy brings his incisive comedy to the nation. This week he discusses 'how to live' in 2001. Episode 2 of 6.

Jeremy Hardy brings his incisive comedy to the nation. This week he discusses 'how to live' in 2001. Episode 2 of 6.

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How to stand up and get noticed. Jeremy Hardy, Gordon Kennedy and Meera Syal explain how, by means of informed discourse. Episode 3 of 6.

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Jeremy Hardy, assisted by Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy, explains how to maximise your leisure. Episode 3 of 4.

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Jeremy Hardy, Gordon Kennedy and Meera Syal explain how, by means of informed discourse. Episode 3 of 6.

Jeremy Hardy is joined by Meera Syal and Gordon Kennedy in how to stand up and get noticed.

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We all do it. Some more than others. But how essential is it? And how fair is it on the workers themselves? Episode 3 of 6.

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Jeremy Hardy comedically lectures a studio audience on a specific topic - this week, 'How to Improve Your Mind'. Episode 4 of 6.

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Jeremy's lecture demonstrates how to see things through the eyes of others. Episode 4 of 6.

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Jeremy's lecture demonstrates how to see things through the eyes of others. Episode 4 of 6.

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Jeremy Hardy comedically lectures a studio audience on a specific topic - this week, 'How to Improve Your Mind'. Episode 4 of 6.

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Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy, with special guest Juliet Stevenson (4/4).

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Jeremy helps us to keep abreast of developing technology. Episode 5 of 6.

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Jeremy helps us to keep abreast of developing technology. Episode 5 of 6.

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Passion, polemic, wit and vigour with Britain's most dedicated satirist.

The much-acclaimed series of public addresses and observations on British culture and society, occasionally interrupted by sketches, in which stand-up comedian and Radio 4 regular Jeremy Hardy spins a subtle web of mirth.

How To Live As Long As You Possibly Can

The host presents a comic lecture and sketches.

With Debbie Issit and Stephen Frost.

From September 1993.

With Debbie Issit.

Entertainer Jeremy Hardy lays down his hot comedy thang.

Entertainer Jeremy Hardy lays down his hot comedy thang. First broadcast 30 September 1993. Episode 1 of 6.

The popular comedian lays down his hot comedy thang. From September 1993.

Entertainer Jeremy Hardy lays down his hot comedy thang. First broadcast Sept 1993. Episode 1 of 6.

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A series of amusing lectures where entertainer Mr Hardy lays down his hot comedy thang.

Observational comedy and surreal lifestyle advice as Jeremy Hardy lectures on heaven, death and the afterlife.

The host presents a comic lecture and sketches.

With Debbie Issit and Stephen Frost.

From October 1993.

Comic lecture and sketches with Debbie Issit and Stephen Frost.

A series of amusing lectures whereby entertainer Mr Hardy lays down his hot comedy thang.

A series of amusing lectures where entertainer Mr Hardy lays down his hot comedy thang. Episode 2 of 6.

Mr Hardy lays down his comedy thang. 2: How to Be Truly Free. Starring Jeremy Hardy , with Debbie Isitt and Stephen Frost.

A Pozzitive Production

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The host presents a comic lecture and sketches.

With Debbie Issit and Stephen Frost.

From October 1993.

A series of amusing lectures where entertainer Mr Hardy lays down his hot comedy thang.

Observational comedy and surreal lifestyle advice as Jeremy Hardy lectures on heaven, death and the afterlife.

Observational comedy and surreal lifestyle advice as Jeremy Hardy lectures on heaven, death and the afterlife. Episode 3 of 6.

Observational comedy and surreal lifestyle advice as Jeremy Hardy lectures on heaven, death and afterlife. Episode 3 of 6.

Another lecture explaining the vicissitudes of modern living.

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The host presents a comic lecture and sketches.

With Debbie Issit and Stephen Frost.

From October 1993.

With Debbie Issit.

In his regular address to Britain, Jeremy Hardy tackles 'Being Adult', with the help of Debbie Isitt and Steve Frost.

The host presents a comic lecture and sketches. With Debbie Issit. From October 1993.

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In his regular address to Britain, Jeremy Hardy tackles 'Being Adult', with the help of Debbie Isitt and Steve Frost. Episode 4 of 6.

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: In his regular address to Britain, Jeremy Hardy is aided by Steve Frost and Debbie Isitt. This week: sex, and how to have it.

The host presents a comic lecture and sketches.

With Debbie Issit and Stephen Frost.

With Stephen Frost.

In his regular address to Britain, Jeremy Hardy is aided by Steve Frost and Debbie Isitt.

This week: sex, and how to have it

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The host presents a comic lecture and sketches.

With Debbie Issit and Stephen Frost.

From November 1993.

With Debbie Issit.

Comedian Jeremy Hardy defines lunches and dinners in an examination of class and knowing your place.

Jeremy Hardy sorts out your lunches from your dinners in an examination of class.

Jeremy Hardy sorts out your lunches from your dinners in class.

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Out to make a good impression - the host's comic lecture, plus sketches. With Debbie Issit and Gordon Kennedy. From October 1994.

Jeremy strides through the moral cowpat of contemporary issues.

Polite Brits, and what men really mean.

Jeremy Hardy strides purposefully through the moral cow pat of contemporary issues.

Polite Brits, what men really mean.

with Gordon Kennedy and Debbie Isitt.

AKA How To Be A Familiar Figure Around Town

The host presents a comic lecture plus sketches.

With Debbie Issit and Gordon Kennedy.

From October 1994.

Out to make a good impression, it's the host's comic lecture plus sketches.

Jeremy strides through the moral cowpat of contemporary issues. Polite Brits, and what men really mean. Episode 1 of 6.

Jeremy Hardy strides purposefully through the moral cow pat of contemporary issues. Polite Brits, what men really mean.

Out to make a good impression - the host's comic lecture, plus sketches.

with.

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Another lecture in which Jeremy Hardy wades gingerly through the process of having a baby. Episode 2 of 6.

From storks to the delivery, the host's comic lecture plus sketches. With Debbie Issit and Gordon Kennedy.

Another lecture in which Jeremy Hardy wades gingerly through the process of having a baby.

Another lecture in whichJeremy Hardy wades gingerly through the stinking and polluted foam of having a baby.

with Gordon Kennedy and Debbie Isitt

The much acclaimed and controversial series in which Mr Hardy wades gingerly through contemporary issues.

From storks to the delivery, the host's comic lecture plus sketches. With Debbie Issit and Gordon Kennedy. From October 1994.

From storks to the delivery, the host's comic lecture plus sketches.

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Scrutinising religion and MPs, the host's comic lecture plus sketches. With Debbie Issit and Gordon Kennedy. From October 1994.

The Church and politicians come under comic scrutiny as Jeremy Hardy considers the qualities of successful leadership.

The Church and politicians come under comic scrutiny.

The Church and politicians come under comic scrutiny as Jeremy Hardy considers the qualities of successful leadership. Episode 3 of 6.

The Church and politicians come under comic scrutiny as Jeremy Hardy considers the qualities of good leadership. Episode 3 of 6.

Scrutinising religion and MPs, the host's comic lecture plus sketches.

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In his regular address to Britain, Jeremy Hardy is aided by Gordon Kennedy and Debbie Isitt. This week: parenthood.

Why do men want to procreate? The host's comic lecture plus sketches. With Debbie Issit and Gordon Kennedy. From October 1994.

Why do men want to procreate? The host's comic lecture plus sketches. With Debbie Issit.

How to Be a Father Part 1: In his regular address to Britain, Jeremy Hardy is aided by Gordon Kennedy and Debbie Isitt. This week: parenthood.

In his regular address to Britain,Jeremy Hardy is aided by Gordon Kennedy and Debbie Isitt.

This week: parenthood.

Why do men want to procreate? The host's comic lecture plus sketches.

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Having looked at some of the well-known fathers, Jeremy comes to an important event - the naming of the child. Episode 5 of 6.

Naming and rearing baby minus sleep. More of the host's comic lecture. With Debbie Issit and Gordon Kennedy. From November 1994.

Having looked at some of the well known fathers Jeremy comes to an important event - the naming of the child.

Naming and rearing baby minus sleep. More of the host's comic lectures, with Debbie Issit and Gordon Kennedy. From November 1994.

Naming and rearing baby minus sleep. More of the host's comic lecture.

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The much-acclaimed series in whichJeremy Hardy spins a subtle web of mirth.

The final episode of Jeremy's 2nd series in which he strides purposefully through the moral cowpat of contemporary issues.

Looking beyond the millennium, the host's comic lecture plus sketches. With Debbie Issit and Gordon Kennedy. From November 1994.

The series in which Jeremy Hardy spins a subtle web of mirth. With Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy. Episode 6 of 6.

The much-acclaimed series in which Jeremy Hardy spins a subtle web of mirth. With Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy.

Series in which Jeremy Hardy spins a subtle web of mirth. With Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy. Episode 6 of 6.

Looking beyond the millennium, the host's comic lecture plus sketches.

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Jeremy Hardy examines the male species.

Jeremy Hardy examines the male species.

How do men express their emotions and is there really a feminine side to a man?

with any two of Gordon Kennedy, Meera Syal, Debbie Isitt and Caroline Leddy.

Jeremy is joined by Meera Syal and Gordon Kennedy.

Jeremy Hardy examines the male species. Episode 1 of 6.

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Jeremy Hardy is joined by Meera Syal and Gordon Kennedy.

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Jeremy is joined by Meera Syal and Gordon Kennedy.

Jeremy is joined by Meera Syal and Gordon Kennedy.

Jeremy Hardy is joined by Meera Syal and Gordon Kennedy.

The nearly-acclaimed series in which Mr Hardy strides purposefully through the moral cowpat of contemporary issues. Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy. Also starring Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy. Producer David Tyler

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Jeremy Hardy is joined by Meera Syal and Gordon Kennedy in how to stand up and get noticed.

Jeremy Hardy, Gordon Kennedy and Meera Syal explain how, by means of informed discourse.

Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy. Also starring Gordon Kennedy. Producer David Tyler

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Jeremy Hardy comedically lectures a studio audience on a specific topic. This week, 'How to Improve Your Mind'.

Jeremy Hardy comedically lectures a studio audience on a specific topic. This week, 'How to Improve Your Mind'. Episode 4 of 6.

Topical comedy, written by and starring Jeremy Hardy. Also starring Meera Syal and Gordon Kennedy. Producer David Tyler

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Is it out of control and is human cloning on the agenda?

Jeremy helps us to keep abreast of developing technology.

How can one keep up-to-date with the latest technology? Is it out of control and is human cloning on the agenda?

Jeremy Hardy comedically lectures a studio audience on a specific topic. This week he helps us keep abreast of developing technology. Episode 5 of 6.

Mr Hardy strides purposefully through the moral cowpat of contemporary issues. Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy. Also starring Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy. Producer David Tyler

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How can one keep up-to-date with the latest technology? Is it out of control and is human cloning on the agenda?

Is it out of control and is human cloning on the agenda?

Jeremy helps us to keep abreast of developing technology.

Jeremy Hardy comedically lectures a studio audience on a specific topic.

This week he helps us keep abreast of developing technology.

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Jeremy looks at different ways of being happy.

Jeremy Hardy looks at how to be happy with the assistance of Caroline Leddy.

How can we all face the day with gladder hearts?

In the last of the series,Jeremy Hardy attempts to unravel what makes us happy.

With Gordon Kennedy and Caroline Leddy.

In the last of the series, Jeremy Hardy attempts to unravel what makes us happy. With Gordon Kennedy and Caroline Leddy.

Jeremy Hardy looks at how to be happy with the assistance of Caroline Leddy. How can we all face the day with gladder hearts?

Ending this series of the stand-up comedy show written by and starring Jeremy Hardy , with Meera Syal and Gordon Kennedy. Producer David Tyler

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He's witty, insightful, humane, cheeky and best of all, Jeremy promises not to sing.

Recorded 20010904 - with Gordon Kennedy and Debbie Isitt.

He's witty, insightful, humane, cheeky and best of all, Jeremy promises not to sing.

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Jeremy Hardy brings his incisive comedy to the nation. This week he discusses 'how to live' in 2001.

Jeremy Hardy brings his incisive comedy to the nation.

This week he discusses 'how to live' in 2001.

Jeremy Hardy brings his incisive comedy to the nation.

Recorded 20010918 - with Gordon Kennedy and Debbie Isitt - recording and broadcast delayed for 1 week following World Trade Centre attack on September 11.

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Debbie and Gordon assist our eristic comedian as he examines how we work and just how to deal with those cold callers.

Work.

We all do it.

Some more than others.

But how essential is it? And how fair is it on the workers themselves?

Debbie and Gordon assist our eristic comedian as he examines how we work and just how to deal with those cold callers.

Recorded 20010925.

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This week, Jeremy's lecture demonstrates how to see things through the eyes of others.

Recorded 20011002 - with Gordon Kennedy and Debbie Isitt.

Jeremy's lecture demonstrates how to see things through the eyes of others.

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Jeremy talks about how best to hand the world over to children, and who really controls education.

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Graeme Garden takes a look at the life of Jeremy Hardy. Includes clips from previous programmes.

Recorded 20010918

Graeme Garden takes a rosy look back at the golden years of the first, and many say the best, presenter of `Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation' - Jeremy Hardy.

Graeme Garden takes a look at the life ofJeremy Hardy.

Whilst Jeremy is in prison, Graeme Garden introduces clip highlights from the past series.

Includes Religion, Sex and Death.

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Jeremy Hardy shares his free and frank views.

With Gordon Kennedy and Debbie Isitt.

(Recorded 07/01/2003).

Jeremy Hardy shares his free and frank views on the subject of 'How to be Yourself'. With Gordon Kennedy and Debbie Isitt. Episode 1 of 4.

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(Recorded 14/01/2003).

This week Jeremy reveals the key techniques of belonging to the community which include bonding over the barbecue.

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Jeremy Hardy, assisted by Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy, explains how to maximise your leisure.

(Recorded 21/01/2003).

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How can we enjoy it and hang on to it?Jeremy Hardy tells us how.

Gordon Kennedy and Debbie Isitt help.

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Jeremy Hardy makes a broadcast of major comic import.

Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy.

Also starring Gordon Kennedy and Rebecca Front

1/4. Attention listeners! Please stand by your wireless sets while Mr. Jeremy Hardy makes a broadcast of major comic import.

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Another instalment of the thoughts of Mr Hardy, the second funniest man in politics after George W Bush.

Also starring Gordon Kennedy and Alison Steadman

Another instalment of the thoughts of Mr Hardy, the second funniest man in politics after George W Bush. Also starring Gordon Kennedy and Alison Steadman. Followed by a news summary.

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Jeremy Hardy turns his blisteringly funny sense of humour onto the lightly humerous topics of Iraq, death, God and spiders.

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Jeremy Hardy turns his blisteringly funny sense of humour onto the lightly humerous topics of Iraq, death, God and spiders.

Gorden Kenedy and Juliette Stephenson.

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guests Gordon Kennedy and Miranda Richardson

Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy, with special guests Gordon Kennedy and Miranda Richardson.

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guests Alison Steadman and Ewan Bailey

Britain's most dedicated satirist returns to the airwaves once again. Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy, with special guests Alison Steadman and Ewan Bailey.

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guests Pauline Mclynn, and Paul B Davies

Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy, with special guest Pauline McLynn.

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guest Juliet Stevenson

Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy, with special guest Juliet Stevenson.

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Passion, polemic, wit and vigour, but surprisingly, no singing as Britain's most dedicated satirist returns to the airwaves once again.

Also starring Jeremy regular Gordon Kennedy

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Passion, polemic, wit and vigour, but surprisingly, no singing as Britain's most dedicated satirist returns to the airwaves once again.

Jeremy is joined by Gordon Kennedy and special guest Shappi Khorsandi for an in-depth discussion about why this week's title is so long.

Written by Jeremy Hardy

Producer: David Tyler

A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

Passion, polemic, wit and vigour from satirist Jeremy Hardy. With Shappi Khorsandi.

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Jeremy Hardy is joined by Paul B Davies and Pauline McLynn as together they examine faith via the medium of St Paul, climate change and The Flintstones.

Written by Jeremy Hardy, with additional material by Paul B Davies.

Producer: David Tyler

A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

Jeremy Hardy examines faith via the medium of St Paul, climate change and The Flintstones.

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Jeremy Hardy, together with his special guests Paul B Davies and Morwenna Banks examine the concept of how to, like, uh, communicate and shizzle.

Written by Jeremy Hardy, with additional material by Paul B Davies

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Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves with a broadcast of national comic import as he asks the question "Does power come from the barrel of a gun or from a jar of onion marmalade?"

Helping him fail to find the answers will be actor and Jeremy regular Gordon Kennedy ("Absolutely", "Sherlock") and special guest Katy Brand

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like -

"Kids should never be fashion slaves, especially in the Far East. My 12-year old daughter asked me for a new pair of trainers. I told her she was old enough to go out and make her own" and, "Islam is no weirder than Christianity. Both are just Judaism with the jokes taken out."

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

The show is a Pozzitive production, and is produced by Jeremy's long-standing accomplice, David Tyler.

Written by Jeremy Hardy

Produced by David Tyler
A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

Does power come from the barrel of a gun or a jar of onion marmalade?

Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves with a broadcast of national comic import as he asks the question "Does power come from the barrel of a gun or from a jar of onion marmalade?"

Helping him fail to find the answers will be actor and Jeremy regular Gordon Kennedy ("Absolutely", "Sherlock") and special guest Katy Brand

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like -

"Kids should never be fashion slaves, especially in the Far East. My 12-year old daughter asked me for a new pair of trainers. I told her she was old enough to go out and make her own" and, "Islam is no weirder than Christianity. Both are just Judaism with the jokes taken out."

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

The show is a Pozzitive production, and is produced by Jeremy's long-standing accomplice, David Tyler.

Written by Jeremy Hardy

Produced by David Tyler

A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

Does power come from the barrel of a gun, or from a jar of onion marmalade?

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Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves with a broadcast of national comic import as he delves into the murky world of womanlitude. Expect polite language from the start.

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like -
"Kids should never be fashion slaves, especially in the Far East. My 12-year old daughter asked me for a new pair of trainers. I told her she was old enough to go out and make her own" and, "Islam is no weirder than Christianity. Both are just Judaism with the jokes taken out."

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

The show is a Pozzitive production, and is produced by Jeremy's long-standing accomplice, David Tyler.

Written by Jeremy Hardy
Produced by David Tyler
A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

Jeremy delves into the murky world of womanlitude.

Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves with a broadcast of national comic import as he delves into the murky world of womanlitude. Expect polite language from the start.

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like -

"Kids should never be fashion slaves, especially in the Far East. My 12-year old daughter asked me for a new pair of trainers. I told her she was old enough to go out and make her own" and, "Islam is no weirder than Christianity. Both are just Judaism with the jokes taken out."

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

The show is a Pozzitive production, and is produced by Jeremy's long-standing accomplice, David Tyler.

Written by Jeremy Hardy

Produced by David Tyler

A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

Mr Hardy delves into the murky world of womanlitude. Expect polite language from the start

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Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves with a broadcast of national comic import as he asks the question "Does power come from the barrel of a gun or from a jar of onion marmalade?"

Helping him fail to find the answers will be actor and Jeremy regular Gordon Kennedy ("Absolutely", "Sherlock") and special guest Katy Brand.

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like -
"Kids should never be fashion slaves, especially in the Far East. My 12-year old daughter asked me for a new pair of trainers. I told her she was old enough to go out and make her own" and, "Islam is no weirder than Christianity. Both are just Judaism with the jokes taken out."

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

The show is a Pozzitive production, and is produced by Jeremy's long-standing accomplice, David Tyler.

Written by Jeremy Hardy
Produced by David Tyler
A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

How men go about acquiring their skills in DIY, self-confidence and violence.

Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves with a broadcast of national comic import as he asks the question "Does power come from the barrel of a gun or from a jar of onion marmalade?"

Helping him fail to find the answers will be actor and Jeremy regular Gordon Kennedy ("Absolutely", "Sherlock") and special guest Katy Brand.

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like -

"Kids should never be fashion slaves, especially in the Far East. My 12-year old daughter asked me for a new pair of trainers. I told her she was old enough to go out and make her own" and, "Islam is no weirder than Christianity. Both are just Judaism with the jokes taken out."

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

The show is a Pozzitive production, and is produced by Jeremy's long-standing accomplice, David Tyler.

Written by Jeremy Hardy

Produced by David Tyler

A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

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Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves with a broadcast of national comic import as he asks the question "Does power come from the barrel of a gun or from a jar of onion marmalade?"

In this show, Jeremy is joined by special guests Paul B Davies and Pauline McLynn as he examines how to speak, when to speak and when not to speak - via the medium of speaking.

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like -
"Kids should never be fashion slaves, especially in the Far East. My 12-year old daughter asked me for a new pair of trainers. I told her she was old enough to go out and make her own" and, "Islam is no weirder than Christianity. Both are just Judaism with the jokes taken out."

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

The show is a Pozzitive production, and is produced by Jeremy's long-standing accomplice, David Tyler.

Written by Jeremy Hardy
Produced by David Tyler
A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

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Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves with a broadcast of national comic import as he asks the question "Does power come from the barrel of a gun or from a jar of onion marmalade?"

In this show, Jeremy is joined by special guests Paul B Davies and Pauline McLynn as he examines how to speak, when to speak and when not to speak - via the medium of speaking.

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like -

"Kids should never be fashion slaves, especially in the Far East. My 12-year old daughter asked me for a new pair of trainers. I told her she was old enough to go out and make her own" and, "Islam is no weirder than Christianity. Both are just Judaism with the jokes taken out."

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

The show is a Pozzitive production, and is produced by Jeremy's long-standing accomplice, David Tyler.

Written by Jeremy Hardy

Produced by David Tyler

A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

Jeremy Hardy looks at when to speak and when not to speak - via the medium of speaking.

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Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves.

In this show, in order to help explain one of our most fundamental acts as human beings, Jeremy Hardy picks up the topic of food with the chopsticks of enquiry and then drops it on his trousers of former cleanliness.

Helping him tackle the subject will be special guests Vicki Pepperdine (Getting On, My First Planet) and Speaks To The Nation regular, Paul Bassett Davies.

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like "Kids should never be fashion slaves, especially in the Far East. My 12-year old daughter asked me for a new pair of trainers. I told her she was old enough to go out and make her own".

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry. He is a much-loved regular on both The News Quiz and I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue. He can't sing.

Written by Jeremy Hardy

Produced by David Tyler

A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

Jeremy picks up the topic of food with the chopsticks of enquiry then drops it by mistake.

Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves.

In this show, in order to help explain one of our most fundamental acts as human beings, Jeremy Hardy picks up the topic of food with the chopsticks of enquiry and then drops it on his trousers of former cleanliness.

Helping him tackle the subject will be special guests Vicki Pepperdine (Getting On, My First Planet) and Speaks To The Nation regular, Paul Bassett Davies.

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like "Kids should never be fashion slaves, especially in the Far East. My 12-year old daughter asked me for a new pair of trainers. I told her she was old enough to go out and make her own".

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry. He is a much-loved regular on both The News Quiz and I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue. He can't sing.

Written by Jeremy Hardy

Produced by David Tyler
A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

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Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves.

In this post-referendum world, Jeremy Hardy dispassionately examines the questions of nationality, identity and accents. The noo.

Helping him get to grips with the new world will be stand-up comedian Susan Murray and, broadly speaking, Scotsman Moray Hunter (Absolutely).

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like, "Islam is no weirder than Christianity. Both are just Judaism with the jokes taken out."

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry. He is a much-loved regular on both The News Quiz and I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue. He can't sing.

Written by Jeremy Hardy

Produced by David Tyler

A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

In a post-referendum world, Jeremy examines nationality, identity and accents. The noo.

In a post-referendum world, Jeremy examines nationality, identity and accents.

Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves.

In this post-referendum world, Jeremy Hardy dispassionately examines the questions of nationality, identity and accents. The noo.

Helping him get to grips with the new world will be stand-up comedian Susan Murray and, broadly speaking, Scotsman Moray Hunter (Absolutely).

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like, "Islam is no weirder than Christianity. Both are just Judaism with the jokes taken out."

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry. He is a much-loved regular on both The News Quiz and I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue. He can't sing.

Written by Jeremy Hardy

Produced by David Tyler
A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

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Jeremy Hardy attempts to understand citizenship, examine the State and spell surveillance.

Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves with a broadcast of national comic import!

In this programme, Jeremy attempts to understand citizenship, to examine the State and to spell surveillance. Looking over his shoulder at the script will be Gordon Kennedy (Absolutely) and Carla Mendonça.

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like, "Kids should never be fashion slaves, especially in the Far East. My 12-year old daughter asked me for a new pair of trainers. I told her she was old enough to go out and make her own".

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry. He is a much-loved regular on both The News Quiz and I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue. He can't sing.

Written by Jeremy Hardy

Produced by David Tyler
A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves with a broadcast of national comic import!

In this programme, Jeremy attempts to understand citizenship, to examine the State and to spell surveillance. Looking over his shoulder at the script will be Gordon Kennedy (Absolutely) and Carla Mendonça.

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with a new series of his show, famous for lines like, "Kids should never be fashion slaves, especially in the Far East. My 12-year old daughter asked me for a new pair of trainers. I told her she was old enough to go out and make her own".

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry. He is a much-loved regular on both The News Quiz and I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue. He can't sing.

Written by Jeremy Hardy

Produced by David Tyler

A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

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Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves with a broadcast of national comic import!

Using just the Bible, the Monarchy and Audrey Hepburn, Jeremy Hardy promises to build a whole new you.

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with another episode of his show, famous for lines like, "Islam is no weirder than Christianity. Both are just Judaism with the jokes taken out."

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry. He is a much-loved regular on both The News Quiz and I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue. He can't sing.

Written by Jeremy Hardy

Produced by David Tyler

A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.

Using the Bible, the monarchy and Audrey Hepburn, Jeremy promises to build a whole new you

Using the Bible, the monarchy and Audrey Hepburn, Jeremy looks at self-improvement.

Stand by your radios! Jeremy Hardy returns to the airwaves with a broadcast of national comic import!

Using just the Bible, the Monarchy and Audrey Hepburn, Jeremy Hardy promises to build a whole new you.

Welcome to "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation", a series of debates in which Jeremy Hardy engages in a free and frank exchange of his entrenched views. Passionate, polemical, erudite and unable to sing, Jeremy returns with another episode of his show, famous for lines like, "Islam is no weirder than Christianity. Both are just Judaism with the jokes taken out."

Few can forget where they were twenty years ago when they first heard "Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation". The show was an immediate smash-hit success, causing pubs to empty on a Saturday night, which was particularly astonishing since the show went out on Thursdays. The Light Entertainment department was besieged, questions were asked in the House and Jeremy Hardy himself became known as the man responsible for the funniest show on radio since Money Box Live with Paul Lewis.

Since that fateful first series, Jeremy went on to win Sony Awards, Writers Guild nominations and a Nobel Prize for Chemistry. He is a much-loved regular on both The News Quiz and I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue. He can't sing.

Written by Jeremy Hardy
Produced by David Tyler
A Pozzitive production for BBC Radio 4.